Tag Archives: self-awareness

Caucus within a Caucus

by Santiago Cirnigliaro, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group As Easter came and went, I was able to go home and see my family and friends for the last time before session ends. Even at 4 months into this … Continue reading

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Effective Good: An Illusive, Elusive White Whale in the Political Waters

by Sharon Jacob, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Author’s note: Melville is not my favorite author in the traditional literary canon. Probably because he used far too many wandering metaphors with unnecessarily florid language. The Principle of the … Continue reading

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An Exercise in Futility?

by Lorette Blagg Like many other macro and soon-to-be macro social workers, my journey took root in frustration. When working with clients you come to love, there is an inevitable realization that the issues you are able to help them … Continue reading

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